Did we claim victory to soon? A fellow reader Gerhard DK5MY sent us this information over the weekend. Since a couple of weeks he has spotted a 24/7 active wideband signal ranging from 144.400 to 145.000MHz.
Now that 2m is saved, at least until the next attack, EURAO wants to capitalise on this suddne interest on 2m. This is meant to be a QSO party, not a contest and is intended to occupy the band. We claimed the 2m band is heavily used, so use it. …
On September 1st an ECP “European Common Proposals” paper has been pushed onto the CEPT website. This document is the outcome of the work that was done during the CEPT Ankara meeting and will be discussed in the World Radio Conference 2019 in Egypt.
In the wake of the IARU Document putting the 2m proposal down France issued a new document. It claims that 144-146MHz shall remain amateur primary yet that sharing shall be envisioned.
When the news that a french company wants to share the 2m band with drones avery ham radio operator immediately thought that this is a perfect non sense. But how does one even come up to such an idea? Andrew VK1DA/VK2UH provides an interesting point on the SOTA mail group.
On July 10th USKA sent an official letter the swiss regulator BAKOM.
Netherlands Telecom Agency answered a VERON request on their position about the French proposal on the 2 Meter band. Their answer is quite deceptive.
Wow! Things are moving! The Austrian radio regulation authority BMVIT has informed the Austrian national amateur organization ÖVSV that they’ll reject the french proposal to reallocate 144-146MHz to Aeronautical Mobile service.
Since this morning (July 10th) a statement from portugal is being posted and reposted on social media.We were unable to find any proof whether this is fake news or not
At this time we are now aware that the proposal for ditching amateur radio out of 144-146Mhz has been mainly driven by Thales Group. What are their plans with those frequencies?